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Kae / Mar 27, 2017
Highlight at Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education


Machinima

Thursday March 30 at noon PT
Machinima with Tanya Martin (ISTE Games & Sims Network)
Come sit around our unusual fish pond and learn more about the art of making movies in virtual and digital game environments. https://vwbpe.org/vwbpe-news/vwbpe-2017-social-program


Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education (VWBPE)
March 29 – April 1, 2017
https://vwbpe.org/


Listing of Social Events organized by VEN members
https://vwbpe.org/vwbpe-news/vwbpe-2017-social-program

Social Group VWBPE by kaezenovka, on Flickr
Kae / Mar 27, 2017
Livestreaming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3Lv_WVH4YM a Community Book Discussion of Thomas Friedman's *Thank You for Being Late: An Optimist’s Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations* on Thursday at 530 pm PT server time

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxOMwsHF9-Y&feature=youtu.be

If anyone wants to second screen it, feel free! We're livestreaming it for eLCC members who can't make it F2F. http://elearningcolorado.org/wordpress/blog/2017/03/26/invitation-to-thank-you-for-being-late-book-discussion/

If livestream fails - look for it on Periscope with the hashtag #elcc on the @@kzenovka twitter account
Kae / Mar 22, 2017
1130 am to Noon MT Profession Development
We will be reporting on our Who Do You Love, Educationally Speaking Poll
Come and get your educational theory and theorist love!


Noon to 1 pm
We will be doing an encore presentation from Educause on Coding, Gaming, IoT, and Wearables: New Student Success Technologies, or Chocolate-Covered Broccoli?

Even though Extreme found the results of audience poll discouraging – we will tell you why you shouldn’t be!

Join us for a spirited discussion of four current technologies. Share your perspective on whether educationally these technologies are like pouring chocolate over broccoli or if they can improve student outcomes by strategically leveraging them. Come caffeinated and opinionated, and be ready to dive in and share with peers and colleagues.

January/February 2017 by kaezenovka, on Flickr